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Thursday, August 12, 2021 Live Webcast

Hottest Tax Topics for 2021 (E2108041)

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM EDT

Registration: 8:00 AM EDT



8.0 CPE Credits in TX


In the wake of the biggest Internal Revenue Code overhaul since 1986, business and individual clients are asking "how does this affect me?". They want to know if they're at risk, will they pay higher taxes, and what strategies to employ under the new taxing regime. This course arms you with the latest tax planning strategies to better serve your clients. Your knowledge of the hottest topics coming out of tax reform and continuing legislative guidance will bring added value to your services in the eyes of current and prospective clients. Learn how to better advise your clients by offering them the latest tax saving strategies.

This course features a live instructor and has been specifically designed for the NJCPA.


All practitioners


  • Advise clients on recent tax law changes, tax developments and tax issues affected by social and economic trends.
  • Recognize new tax planning opportunities as a result of the latest tax law legislation.


  • Tax reform, legislative changes, and IRS guidance that impacts individuals and businesses
  • Section 199A Qualified Business Income deduction
  • Court decision tax developments
  • Qualified research credit
  • Section 179 and bonus depreciation
  • Tax advantaged savings accounts
  • Tax benefits for education
  • Tax preparer penalties
  • Hot tax planning strategies for individuals and small businesses
  • Roth IRA, IRA, and retirement plan options




Basic understanding of individual and business taxation.




Robert Lyons

Robert R. Lyons, CPA

AICPA/Professional Development Institute

Robert R. Lyons, CPA New York, NY Rob has 40 years of experience in the field of public accounting including experience with both regional and national Big 4 accounting firms. Rob’s emphasis has been in the not-for-profit tax and audit fields for the past thirty years. In addition to professional activities, he has taught and lectured in various advanced educational programs. Prior to Joining MP&S, Rob was the Director of Not-For-Profit Tax for KPMG’s New York office and had direct responsibility for tax operations for over 250 medium to large size not-for-profit clients including various pension trust activities.

Rob’s specialization includes but is not limited to the areas of unrelated business income, use of for-profit subsidiaries, IRS intermediate sanctions, alternative investments and various other exempt organization reporting and compliance issues. In addition, he has consulted extensively with non-profits in the area of planned giving and development, expansion and growth potential.

He has written numerous articles in the Journal of Taxation for Exempt Organizations and Tax Advisor Direct. Rob’s book credits include: Getting Started with Non-Profits, Non-Profits-Advanced Tax Issues, the 990 Workshop, CPA: Guide to Planned Giving, and Form 990: AICPA’s Answer to Unlocking the Tax Complexities.

Rob is a member of the American Institute of CPAs and the New York State Society of CPAs and is a CPA licensed to practice in New York State, Florida, the District of Columbia and Virginia.


$289.00 - Member

$439.00 - Nonmember

AICPA members receive a discount of $30 for this event.

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